2 Australian minor parties to elect new leaders

Australian Greens leader Richard Di Natale says he is quitting politics to give a new leader of his environmentally focused minor party an opportunity to expose government failings during the nation’s wildfire crisis

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In Iowa, Democrats have 1 key question. Who is the candidate to beat Trump?

'Biden'
The ability to beat Trump may be the "number one criteria" for the eventual Democratic nominee, and the top priority for Iowa Democrats tonight when they caucus for a candidate. But voters are at odds over who is most electable against the president.

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How the 2020 Democratic presidential nominee will be chosen

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Here’s a look at the differences between primaries and caucuses, the role of delegates and how Democrats will choose a candidate to square off against U.S. President Donald Trump in November’s presidential election.

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U.K.'s Johnson talks tough on trade; EU demands fishing rights


British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is setting out a tough opening gambit Monday in negotiations with the European Union, saying the U.K. will walk away without a free-trade deal rather than agree to follow rules set by the 27-nation bloc.

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UK's Johnson talks tough over post-Brexit trade with EU

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Union negotiator Michel Barnier set out tough opening gambits in negotiating a future trade deal

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Erdogan says Turkey hits back after Syrian shells kill Turkish troops

'SYRIA-SECURITY/'
President Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday Turkey will continue to retaliate after Syrian government shelling killed four of its troops and wounded nine in Syria's northwest Idlib region, where Turkish forces have bulked up in recent days.

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